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1922-01-22
Arthur Alexander Turner was born in Poplar. He was a RAF officer who played part-time for Charlton Athletic, making a total of nine appearances in Charlton's run to the FA Cup final in 1946, and played at centre forward in the final, thus becoming the only player to play in an FA Cup Final who never played a League game for his club. In 1947 Turner moved to Colchester, and scored Colchester's first Football League goal at Layer Road. He retired from football in the summer of 1951, before returning to play for Headington in their 1952-53 double-winning season.

Goals in all competitions (incl. subs)

Scored 15 in total (15 for full appearances but none as a sub)

1 brace(s)

Highest number scored in one game is 3 .

68.18% Average goals per game (incl as a sub)

68.18% Average goals per game started

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Competition data

Competition First Final Apps
FA Cup 1952-09-13 1952-11-08 4
Southern League 1952-09-16 1953-04-04 14
Southern League Cup 1952-09-10 1953-04-08 4
Overall 1952-09-10 1953-04-08 22

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